DIRECTING REEL

SHORT FILMS

Serenade is a short film that deals with the complexities and heartache of love, both young and old, while also exploring the struggles of being true to yourself. 

Official selection of the National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY), Local Sightings Film Festival, Seattle Shorts Film Festival, Spokane International Film Festival, Michigan Womyn's Music & Film Festival and Northwest Film Forum's Bike-In Screening. Winner of the Audience Choice Award and Best Actor for Noah Graybeal and nominated for Best Student Film at the Seattle Shorts Film Festival. Winner of the Silver SpIFFy for Best Northwest Short at the Spokane International Film Festival.

A socially-awkward love story.  Official Selection of the Local Sightings Film Festival and the Spokane International Film Festival. Also apart of KCTS 9 Reel NW television program.

A socially-awkward love story. 

Official Selection of the Local Sightings Film Festival and the Spokane International Film Festival. Also apart of KCTS 9 Reel NW television program.

The year is 1967. Doug is the new kid in town and is told he needs to earn his "Michelle story" in order to be accepted as one of the guys. After gaining the courage to approach Michelle, a stunning but intimidating dame, he soon finds out the truth behind the myth. This short toys with the idea of persona, sexuality and the struggle to be yourself.

The year is 1967. Doug is the new kid in town and is told he needs to earn his "Michelle story" in order to be accepted as one of the guys. After gaining the courage to approach Michelle, a stunning but intimidating dame, he soon finds out the truth behind the myth. This short toys with the idea of persona, sexuality and the struggle to be yourself.

The Peterson family is on the verge of a meltdown, until their dog goes missing…  Winner of the "Silver SpIFFy" Award for Best Northwest Short at the Spokane International Film Festival.

The Peterson family is on the verge of a meltdown, until their dog goes missing… 

Winner of the "Silver SpIFFy" Award for Best Northwest Short at the Spokane International Film Festival.